From Augsburg, Germany the Seer fills the void created upon the demise of such anthem oriented new rock and roll acts just like the Hooters, the Alarm and Deacon Blue. Called after an recording by Big Nation the Seer also shows allegiance compared to that Scottish group aswell. Their 1st two albums Over the Boundary (1995) and Personal World (1996) presented notewothy guest looks by B.J.Cole, Paul Brennan and John Giblin. Within the second option launch Brennan’s Irish pipes and whistles in conjunction with music group users Peter Seipt on accordion and Jo Corda on mandolin and fiddle produced a geniune Celtic-rock vibe that was growing ever more popular in Germany in those days. Lyricists Seipt and Shook (vocals/guitars) regularly incorporate a religious element – occasionally vague, sometimes apparent – to their tunes very similar to both the Security alarm and Runrig. As the folksy intonations of the 1st two albums show up less pronounced on the third release Water (1998), which adopts even more of today’s rock audio, the spiritually centered text remained solid. Organic (1999), documented reside in their hometown discovers all original users still in tact and it is a representative assortment of their three earlier albums.